Most of our students are placed at local colleges once they are 19, where they are offered courses tailored to their needs.
We have links with a number of local colleges and our students have the opportunity to attend a local college for a day a week in their final year at school.
Our transition worker arranges workshops for parents to discuss college options and these are organised by our family services coffee mornings. We also inform parents of options available at their child’s Annual Review. We can arrange visits for you if you would like to visit the provision on offer.
We run regular coffee mornings to inform parents of the various options available at post 19. Some students attend a weekly link course at one of the local colleges during their final 2 years at school and we can help put you in touch with colleges if you would like more information, and we also arrange visits for you. Applications for college placements need to be made through your local authority and for further information you should consult their local offer - click here to see the Hillingdon local offer.
Once your local authority has agreed on a future placement we will arrange a transition, which will include visits and sharing of information.
We really like to keep in touch with our former students to find out how they are getting on.
Terri Harper, Head of Sixth Form